Registration now open for new 4K, 5K students for 2021-22 school year

 

NOTE: English and Spanish language flyers are included below

 

WEST COLUMBIA, SC -- Registration is now open in Lexington Two for NEW 4K and 5K students for the 2021-2022 academic year.

 

To be eligible to enroll, a child must turn age 4 on or before September 1, 2021. For 4K programs only, family income should meet federal free and reduced lunch guidelines.  

 

Register online at www.lex2.org. To complete the registration process, all required documents must be dropped off between 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Friday at the school serving the attendance zone in which the student lives. Among required registration documents:

 
  • Child’s birth certificate (long form required)
  • Child’s immunization certificate
  • Two proofs of residence (one utility bill and a lease/mortgage; may provide documents from federal government if no utility bill)
  • Proof of income for 4K students only (Acceptable forms of proof: child’s Medicaid card, parent/guardian’s pay stub or income tax information)  
 

If there is a problem getting documents to the school, please contact the school for which your child is zoned or the Office of Student Services at (803) 739-3141.

  

All families with children who will be 4 years old by September 1, 2021 -- regardless of income -- are encouraged to register and attend screening appointments in the event that slots become available. Screenings for rising 4K students will take place in April and June.  Students will be accepted into the program based upon screening results.

Early childhood education is key for a strong student foundation of learning. Students who attend a pre-k program score higher on reading and math tests than children receiving parental care alone, according to a recent study cited by the Center for Public Education.

 

Lexington Two strives to provide superior educational experiences that empower our students to achieve their highest potential. For more information, contact Lexington Two’s Early Childhood Department at (803) 926-5743.